Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (50 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       15 Jun 2020       9517       9

“Windows XP Bliss today.”

“Petrified wood containing turquoise opal found in Queensland, Australia.”

“Inuit “sunglasses”, although not made of glass, pre-date the Chinese invention – going back to prehistoric times and were probably very useful against sun glare.”

“Cambodian artist Visoth Kakvei is probably the best doodler in the world.”

“This is how enemy aircraft were detected before the invention of radars.”

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“An open air classroom in the Netherlands. Such schools were built for sickly children and to help combat tuberculosis.”

“Miss Correct Posture, 1956. At a chiropractic convention in May of 1956 in Chicago, the contest winners were picked for the beauty of their X-rays and their standing posture.”

“Auto Aerobics by Chris Labrooy.”

“Photo is of an Indian cobra: Sandip Choudhary.”

“Vantablack BMW.”

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“This beach in Palawan, Philippines.”

“These overgrown statues in an abandoned Japanese park.”

“This is an extremely rare atmospheric phenomenon called rainbow bridge.”

“Opalized tooth of a theropod found in Australia. One of the rarest and most valuable dinosaur teeth in existence. This tooth is on display at the Australian museum.”

“Eschenheimer Turm, the oldest and most unaltered building in the foreground of Modern High Rises, Innenstadt district of Frankfurt, Germany. Erected, 15th century (1426-28)”

“Altocumulus clouds at 30,000ft.”

“Fish Temple, Ancient City, Phraeksa, Mueang District Samut Prakan, Thailand. Located in a Park that is an open air museum, where people can see full size replicas of the important buildings in Thailand.”

“Vantablack is one of the darkest substances known, absorbing up to 99.965% of visible light.”

“The Milan Bosco skyscrapers in Italy.”

“Near fully stocked abandoned vending machine.”

“Teri Horton bought a secondhand painting for $5 and learned that it could be an original Jackson Pollock. She spent years trying to prove it’s authenticity, and was offered $9 million, but refused to sell for any less than $50 million. She died last year, and the painting remains in storage.”

“Agassiz Tulip Festival, British Columbia – Canada.”

“The Cerastes cerastes, or Saharan horned viper is one of the only snakes with horns!”

“Glass frog, the top is lime green, while the abdominal skin of some members of this family is transparent and translucent.”

“Stegosaurus dinosaur at the ancient Khmer temple of Ta Prohm, part of the Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia.”

“The Oldest Tree in the World | California's White Mountain range nicknamed Methuselah, is over 4,700 years old.”

“French soldiers, battle of Somme 1916. Colourised by Memento.”

“A huge lion sculpture carved from a single dead redwood tree.”

“A sun halo seen above Puerto Escondido, Mexico.”

“The Statue of Liberty in Paris in 1886 before oxidation (colorized photo)”

“A plaster cast of an ant nest.”

“AMAZING blue glaucus (aka Blue dragon of the sea)”

“A Soda Bottle Before Compressed Air Is Added.”

“The Great Pyramid with a perfect shadow!”

“The way this artist set up and shot this photograph. (Artist- Stefan Van Den Bergh)”

“The Kenguru electric car is a car designed for wheelchair users.”

“Volcano eruption in Chile.”

“The way the sun casts shadows under this structure.”

“Tutankhamun had a dagger made from a meteorite.”

“The Haunted Hotel Of Colombia - Hotel del Salto.”

“Nine European Kings in one photo. All related and 4 years later all at war with each other (1910)”

“The inside of the Statue of Liberty is a simple spiral staircase.”

“SpaceX launch seen visible from West Palm Beach.”

“Lightning struck the sidewalk outside my house and created this pattern and tuned the sidewalk concrete into chunks of glass.”

“A tree holding up stones from a collapsed wall.”

“A turtle that travels on top of a jellyfish.”

“In the summer of 2007, this gold-encrusted sword that once belonged to Napoleon was auctioned off in France for more than $6.4 million dollars.”

“This hotel in Austria- Aqua Dome.”

“10,000 year old cave paintings in Santa Cruz, Argentina.”



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Montesque 2 month s ago
#9 cool name
       
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Hessy 2 month s ago
#19 that's cool, but why is the image censored? Is it showing trade secrets or something?
       
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Bridget 2 month s ago
Shirley you cannot be serious.
I used shirley on purpose
       
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Joey 2 month s ago
#13 is caused by aerosols.
       
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Drew 1 month ago
Quote: Joey
inside of the Statue of Liberty

Actually no, it's a water vapor/mist and angle of sunlight phenomenon.
       
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Jimmie 1 month ago
Drew,
Hey Einstein aerosols bind water vapor, duh
       
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Nickname 1 month ago
#22 hahahaha, rejected 9 millions, she was clever, very very clever, you can see it in her face
       
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Katelin 1 month ago
I would've taken the 9mil happily and lived an epic retirement. Instead she died with no sale. Not very clever to me.
       
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Floyd 1 month ago
#17 phoenicians are the wakanda of ancient times.
       
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